Home > News > HP Printer Chief: 'We Could Ink Jet Anything'
May 29th, 2007
HP Printer Chief: 'We Could Ink Jet Anything'
A lot of interesting things are happening with ink jet technology, including DNA sequencing. Are you going to be part of these markets?
Joshi: We want to be part of supplying the technology. It's a long lead item, we don't think that's the kind of business we want to be in. Inkjet is nanotechnology. We developed a pump that accurately delivers nanoliters and we make a half billion of them a year. It's high volume, high production. Instead of ink, put in a drug and use it for drug delivery, or DNA sequencing. You can use it for all kinds of stuff. Our core competency is in making a pump to accurately deliver liquid. We are very interested in supplying the technology, but commercializing that and go to market is far away from our core.
Low-power tunneling transistor for high-performance devices at low voltage December 12th, 2013
Chicago Awareness Organization First Not-for-Profit to Sponsor Dog Training to Detect Ovarian Cancer Odorants December 12th, 2013
Iranian Scientists Discover New Electrical Device for Rapid Diagnosis of Cancer December 12th, 2013
Arrowhead to Report Fiscal 2013 Fourth Quarter and Year-End Financial Results - Conference Call Scheduled for Wednesday, December 18, 2013 December 12th, 2013
Light and sound fire scientists’ imaginations Rice University researchers lead review of photonic, phononic metamaterials December 13th, 2013
The Graphene Handbook explains graphene's market, technology and industry: Graphene-Info released a new guide to graphene technologies, The Graphene Handbook December 13th, 2013
Quantum waves at the heart of organic solar cells December 12th, 2013
Synthesis of superconducting picene crystals December 12th, 2013
Eulitha unveils new photolithography system “Phabler 100” for photonic patterning December 12th, 2013
Research Team Finds Way to Make Solar Cells Thin, Efficient and Flexible December 11th, 2013
Oregon scientists offer new insights on controlling nanoparticle stability: New findings could enhance stabilizing or destabilizing nanoparticles, depending on their uses December 9th, 2013
Antibacterial Nanocomposites Produced from Offset Lithography Inks December 1st, 2013